I’m doing some work next month with some folks on social networking, and one of the elements that I’m thinking a great deal about, thanks to a colleague‘s suggestion, is how we can help educators to read social networks as texts. I have a hunch that one can read a network like one reads any […]Read More Reading Social Networks
It was a dark and stormy night the last time I played this little game, the one where I tell you things that you might not expect about me because I’ve been asked to by fellow bloggers. And it was quite some months ago that Michelle tagged me in this little game, one I usually […]Read More Seven Things I Might Not Otherwise Write Here
In today’s podcast, I talk about a little collaborative writing experiment that I began last week, what I think worked, what perhaps didn’t, and share some of my thinking about why such things might be important. Certainly a first draft thinking podcast. Here’s the original EtherPad document, still available for editing and revision, as well […]Read More The Podcast: EtherPad & Collaborative Writing
Teagan’s Blue Crayon Originally uploaded by Bud the Teacher Note – This post was mostly composed months ago; it’s almost a year old. I’m posting it now because I’m in the middle of revisiting lots of drafts of posts. This one seemed done. Not sure why I never published it. – Bud ____ Setting the […]Read More Teagan’s Blue Crayon
. . . that writing, or at least composition, remains about the closest thing to learning in a bottle that I’ve found so far. You?Read More I Remain Certain . . .